OC mired over public lands and zoning

May 8, 2013
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Questions linger as to whether Oconee County can apply zoning to public-owned lands, especially those in Oconee County that belong to Clemson University. And it may take a legal confab to clear it up. Last night Scott Moulder, county administrator, recommended County Council exempt all university-owned property in Oconee within five miles of Tillman Hall…

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Part of Dr. John’s Road closed today!

May 8, 2013
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Part of a state road near Westminster will be closed today to through traffic. The state DOT is replacing a cross line pipe on the Dr. John’s Road and that’ll block through traffic on the road—between Brock and Weldon roads. A DOT official says local traffic will be permitted access.

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Audience restless over proposed tax increase and new fee

May 8, 2013
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Last night’s large Oconee County Council meeting audience reflected restlessness. During public comment  several Oconeeans  railed against the idea of a tax mill increase and a first-ever road maintenance fee. One man complained, “We want a decent rate.” Another, Berry Nichols, in a reference to Oconeeans on fixed incomes, asked the county officials to imagine…

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PRWD renews commitment to GCCP

May 8, 2013
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Pioneer Rural Water District is going full-steam forward with its plan to make the Golden Corner Commerce Park the home for its first treatment plant, and that pleased the only member of a group called “Stop Pioneer Now” who attended yesterday’s district board. Terry Pruitt, Pioneer general manager, laid out a timeline for Oconee County…

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County tells Walhalla it’s willing!

May 8, 2013
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After a long closed-door meeting, Oconee County Council has directed its administrator to tell Walhalla that the county is willing to help arrange state prison inmate labor to restore the municipal swim pool. In line with the action taken after executive session, the county—through Sheriff Mike Crenshaw—would be responsible for housing, feeding, transportation and normal…

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Seneca Softball Comes up Short

May 7, 2013
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The Seneca High School Softball team lost to Union County 5-2 Monday night in the opening round of the 3A Upper State playoffs. The Lady Cats now face an elimination game on Wednesday against the loser of Tuesday’s Daniel-Chapman game.

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